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Beer Brewing

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Loo-Blah-Nah Brewery, Ljubljana, Slovenia

LOO∙BLAH∙NAH is a craft brewery from Ljubljana that produced its first batch of beer in 2016.

Nimble Hill Brewing, Pennsylvania, USA

Nimble Hill Brewing Company is a farm-style brewery that believes quality ingredients lead to great-tasting craft beer.

Pivovarna Pelicon, Ajdovščina, Slovenia

The Pelicon brewery is a successful and renowned microbrewery from Ajdovščina, located in the heart of the Vipava Valley.

Reservoir Dogs, Nova Gorica, Slovenia

The Reservoir Dogs brewery from Nova Gorica is the biggest craft brewery in Slovenia.

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, San Francisco, CA, USA

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers has been defiantly brewing small batches of beer in San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood since 1997.

TEKTONIK kraft pivovarna, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Tektonik is a craft brewery that values tradition and focuses on developing original recipes based on the knowledge they've gained about the rich tradition of English, Belgian, and German beer brewing.

Wild Acre Brewing Company, USA

The Wild Acre Brewing Company is a craft brewery from Fort Worth, Texas.

Wittorfer Brauerei, Neumünster, Germany

Wittorfer Brauerei is a brewery located in the town of Neumünster, Germany.

Zarautz Beer Company, Spain

Zarautz Beer Company is a brewery located in Zarautz, a coastal town in Northern Spain.
Kinnegar Brewing // Ireland

Kinnegar Brewing // Ireland

County Donegal

At Kinnegar they pair brewing tradition with a contemporary sense of adventure to produce clean, crisp, full-flavoured farmhouse beers. The brewery is named after the nearby Kinnegar Beach just north of Rathmullan in County Donegal. In 2017, Kinnegar opened K2, a new, state-of-the-art facility in nearby Letterkenny. While the clinking of bottles coming off their line no longer mingles with the bleating of sheep from the surrounding fields, the farmhouse ethos at the core of what Kinnegar does remains the same. They don’t filter or pasteurise, and they let their industrious little friends, the yeast, carbonate the beer naturally during fermentation.

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